Featured Project #1/14
The homeowners had lots of space in the master bedroom, filled with a myriad of storage equipment that did not meet the their needs. So their belongings were scattered everywhere. They had a huge collection, but still kept buying new items because they could not see what they had, due to the haphazard piles of clutter.
Their collection consisted of:
Clothing - from summer to winter, from inner to outer wear.
Bags - from purses, clutches and totes to weekenders and luggages.
Jewellery - probably sufficient to rival Queen Elizabeth's.
Shoes - from sandals and flats to heels, informal and formal.
Beauty products - for every part of the body, probably enough to last until 2015 and beyond.
Almost everything was kept in boxes, hidden from view. As a result, it was difficult to see, let alone retrieve and use the items that were needed.
The apartment had very tall ceilings, which could have been better utilized. And while the space was large, it was mostly taken up by things, or occupied by a mish-mash of storage equipment (some of which were quite fancy).
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It was both functional (keeping all necklaces in view) and decorative at the same time. The jewellery were art pieces in their own right, so it is only appropriate that they be displayed in this manner.
Just seeing the organized collection makes us happy too!
There is now nowhere for bugs and dust to hide, and the windows can be closed easily if the rain comes.